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Ford Country Squire - Wikipedia

The Ford Country Squire is a line of full-size station wagons that was assembled and marketed by Ford Motor Company from the 1950 to 1991 model years in North America ... Continue Reading

Models of 1950s Station Wagons - Last Summer

The 1950s saw an amazing growth in the Station Wagon. As the American family grew, so did their cars. As if overnight the wood began to give way to all-steel bodies. Continue Reading

Station wagon - Wikipedia

A station wagon, also called an estate car, estate wagon, or simply wagon or estate, is an automotive body-style variant of a sedan/saloon with its roof extended ... Continue Reading

GM Press Release Photo - 1959 Chevrolet Nomad Station ...

This press release photo from GM Photographic shows the 1959 Nomad Wagon. The Nomad was no longer a 2-door car starting in ’58. It was a 4-door with the Impala trim ... Continue Reading

The Chrysler Town & Country woodie wagons, station wagons ...

The Chrysler Town & Country woodie wagons, made from 1941 to 1950, and later Town & Country wagons through 1988 Continue Reading

Welcome to West Coast Wagons

West Coast Wagons was just featured on TLC, FINE LIVING and FOX NEWS! We are now an ONLINE only store. Please call (818) 355-5571 or email [email protected] to ... Continue Reading

Radio Flyer Wagons: Wagons for Kids | Radio Flyer

Shop Radio Flyer's wagons and select the perfect kids wagon as a gift. Radio Flyer makes top wagon for kids. Share the magic of a child pull wagon. Continue Reading

Automotive History: The Short and Odd Life of The Two Door ...

Great article. I am a fan of station wagons in general and the two door wagons are also interesting. I think it is fair to say that wagons have moved upmarket with ... Continue Reading

BR Departmental Wagons - Cambrian Models

BRITISH RAILWAYS DEPARTMENTAL WAGON KITS. C11 CATFISH 19 ton BALLAST HOPPER WAGON. Catfish hoppers were similar to the Dogfish, the main differences being a lower ... Continue Reading

chinook [Tin Can Tourists Wiki]

Chinook RV, a division of Trail Wagons, Inc. was a family-owned and operated manufacturer of relatively short-length, high-quality Class C (Class B+) recreational ... Continue Reading